Thursday, September 22, 2005

 
kate Moss's Wet Dream
I take back what I said in the comments box about Kate doing ok without H&M because she has lots of other clients, shes been dropped by Chanel and Burberry and Rimmel. Seems she could even land some jailtime! Isn't doing drugs and hanging out with rockers part of the top model job description? It adds to her appeal as far as I'm concerned. Anywayz, a juicy distraction from the terrorist alert for Londoners...
Daily Mirror 23 September 2005 EXCLUSIVE: SWOOP ON THE MOSSY POSSE Model's close circle to be quizzed by police over drug use By Graham Brough KATE Moss and her celebrity friends are to be quizzed by police over alleged drug abuse. The Mossy Posse - including junkie lover Pete Doherty - will be interviewed following the Mirror's revelations about the model's cocaine habit. The probe is likely to involve stars such as clothes designer Sadie Frost, her ex-boyfriend Jackson Scott and actress Davinia Taylor. Other friends belonging to the Primrose Hill set of North London where Moss lives are also expected to be dragged into the inquiry. Police are preparing a file on the former £4-million-a-year catwalk queen that will be sent to the Crown Prosecution Service, which will decide whether to press charges. Maximum penalty for possessing cocaine is six months' jail, a £5,000 fine or both. Police will be talking to Doherty and his Baby- shambles band - guitarist Patrick Walden, bass player Drew McConnell and drummer Adam Ficek. They will also want to speak to former Clash guitarist Mick Jones, who is producing the band's latest album. The punk rock legend was seen snorting coke with Kate and Doherty at a recording studio in West London. A spokeswoman for the Crown Prosecution Service said yesterday: "The police will investigate and send a file to us and we will decide whether to prosecute. We have received nothing yet but have been told a file is beingEXPOSED: Our exclusive prepared." Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair dropped a heavy hint on Tuesday that Kate may face prosecution. He revealed at a police conference in Warwickshire that he had personally ordered the investigation. Sir Ian said: "We have to look at the impact this kind of behaviour has on impressionable young people - and, if there is evidence, something should be done about it." He added: "I can remember being asked a question about a previous individual who was given a caution. I think that was a wrong decision." Last September, Princess Diana's former lover James Hewitt was let off with a caution for possession of cocaine. Although the Met has a policy of pursuing drug dealers rather than users, those rules were "adaptable to the impact of events", Sir Ian said. Kate suffered another blow yesterday as make-up firm, Rimmel - which has used her in campaigns since 2001 - fell into line with a host of other firms which have already axed her. They are understood to have bowed to pressure by Boots, which sells its products across the country. A spokeswoman said: "Rimmel London is shocked and dismayed by the recent allegations surrounding Kate Moss. We are currently reviewing her contract." Two days ago, Rimmel, which targets young women, said it planned to continue its association with Croydon-born Kate. H&M - Europe's largest fashion retailer - was the first to drop her from an upcoming ad campaign. Then Chanel said it would not renew her £750,000-a-year contract as the face of perfume Coco Mademoiselle. And Burberry, which pays her about £400,000-a-year, also announced it had cancelled and was "saddened by her current circumstances". Meanwhile it emerged that her crackhead lover Doherty, 26, caused havoc on a holiday flight to Stansted airport from Ibiza last Saturday - after he had trashed a villa causing £5,000 damage in a drink and drugs binge. He swigged vodka, abused fellow passengers and even appeared to light a cigarette on the easyJet flight. A fellow passenger said: "He put his jacket over his head and the smell of smoke wafted out.

Comments:
I thought all models were drug users.
Roll models for young people? Hmmm, they never eat, smoke lie fiends, start partying at 14 and doing all kinds of illicit things.
In the 70's& 80's that was so cool, but there is this new throw back to the victorian age.
But Kate alas was stupid. Don't video tape yourself shooting pedestrians with BB guns, if you may become famous don't let strange men or women video or take you picture in the throws of intercourse(especially if said strangers are underage). And don't let people you barely know take pictures of you shoving a coke straw up your nose, and snorting coke if you are a famous model.
I feel bad for Baby Kate Moss, hope the daddy's got a bit of moral fiber. Oh wait, I think he's a club owner.
Never Mind!
 
I just had this total flash of fantasy. Marianne Faithfull rings up Ms Moss and gives her some really needed support and excellent advice.
 
hey susan, You are sensible about your roll models, maybe But I like kate as a fucked up party girl, I think it's totally punk rock, some of us have to be out there having fun and living like there's no tomorrow, it's the stuff dreams are made of, complete abandon. (also she's young and will bounce back) I think it's hypocritical that H&M hired her and claimed to not know about her health issues, I mean come on, no adult woman can keep a body like that with out the help from a coke addiction or bulemia or something. As for the kid, he/shes proly better off with the nanny...
 
Strawberrygrrl, Hi, thanks for your fantasy flash, sounds good. I'd like MF to ring me up too while shes at it...
I could use some advice and support, but I'll que up behind kate...
PS I like yur blog
 
Thanks so much for yr props corny, I'm justa baby blogger so I'm slo to update. U, Mistah Boadwee and Mz Angry Black Bitch have graciously opened the door. I get to grow from being Anon #2 to present monniker. Aloha and mahalo.
 
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